Italy, Venice. Scartz Bridge. (Barefoot Bridge) There are four bridges across the Grand Canal of Venice. The Scartz Bridge is the third bridge. It was built in 1934. The bridge is a concrete arch bridge located in front of the main train station in Saint Lucia. On the right side of the bridge is the Church of Saint Simon Piccaro and on the left bank is the Church of Barefoot Monks, hence the name Barefoot Bridge.
The Scarbor Bridge, also known as the Barefoot Bridge, is the second bridge from the west of the Grand Canal. One end of the bridge connects the railway station on the main island of Venice. Through the Barefoot Bridge, you can cross the Grand Canal and go to all parts of the main island of Venice. There is a church at the head of the barefoot bridge called the Church of Scarlett. The northern end of the Barefoot Bridge is the Canaregio area of Venice, the area where the main railway station is located, and the southern end of the Bridge is the Holy Cross. This is two of Venice's six districts.
After leaving the railway station, I saw a white bridge beside the water bus and taxi station. It's located from the Grand Canal across the river to the church. Standing in the middle of the bridge, you can clearly photograph the boats shuttling. It's a good place to take a view.
I imagine we all have some form of the Scalzi Bridge stuck in our mind when we think of Venice. The large and beautiful bridge rises high over the Grand Canal, creating an elegant structure between the buildings on both side. One of my favorite memories of Venice was sitting at the Canal's edge and watching the boats travel through as the sun went down.
The first photograph taken from a railway station was the bridge. Because it's near the station, people come and go very busily all day. On the other side of the railway station bridge is a busy commercial street with many restaurants, snacks, ice cream shops, souvenir shops and small hotels. Because it was the first bridge I saw in Venice, I was very impressed.
For many tourists, Scartz Bridge was the first landmark because it was almost outside the railway station. It's a good place to see the canal and the water landscape, and it's also close to the water bus service. It is one of the four bridges across the Grand Canal, not particularly beautiful.
All of the bridges that cross the Grand Canal offer spectacular views and this one is no exception!
In the introduction, I see that the Barefoot Bridge is one of the four bridges across the Grand Canal in Venice. Today I come here to walk barefoot to see the scenery of the canal. It's really beautiful and suitable for photography. There are really too many bridges in Venice.